A Staffordshire- based music fan has paid homage to one of the UK's most famous rock bands, with the release of a new commemorative product.
David Breese, founder of The Gold Disc. com in Newcastle-under-Lyme, has created 30 replica gold discs celebrating 30 years since the release of Queen's Bohemian Rhapsody.
Mr Breese, a former marketing manager, hopes the discs will attract interest at the Memorabilia Show at the NEC this weekend.
"Queen was such a popular band and Bohemian Rhapsody sold so many records, I am confident we'll get a good reaction," Mr Breese said.
Released on October 31 1975, Bohemian Rhapsody reached the No.1 spot at the end of November and stayed for nine weeks.
The song was also rereleased following the death of front man Freddie Mercury in 1991 and again returned to the top of the charts for a further five weeks, selling in excess of two million copies in the UK alone.
Founded in 2003 The Gold Disc provides replica gold discs of UK No.1 singles for collectors and as gifts to commemorate anniversaries.
Mr Breese, a former marketing executive, got the the idea from his love of popular music.
The company now has an agent based in Ireland and exports discs to collectors internationally.
Mr Breese said the success of the website had also prompted him to launch an offshoot of the business celebrating a couple's first wedding dance.
Our First Dance.co.uk hopes to offer replica gold discs of the to commemorate the first dance a couple have at their wedding.
It is due to be launched at the Wedding Show at the NEC in February.